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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather shirt and Kentucky Gro eral it fair sunday with moderate flu Irmest Winde not much Fine in temperature. A i Ort Mouri $utt6au a tines profitable shopping Barf Aine Midrib presented la Adair Tang Bam unum Tho Tull profit in Tho habit Reading Thorn. Vol 12. No. 21 28 pages Portsmouth Ohio sunday August 17, 1930 my Law Fum tar Tlell fun five cents Cion Birst damages new England a Quot a a a a a i Parent son near death Hurt in Auto bus crash residents Hunt ton m serious wreck Trio in one family suffers possible Skull fractures in hospitals Here second boy injured two passengers Cincinnati to Portsmouth Carrier Cut by Glass. Three members one family . And . C. C. Upton 237 fourth Avenue Huntington w. Va., Are near death in local hospitals three persons were injured seriously and ten escaped with minor bruises when in automobile and a prompt sender cd pan bus collided Beuna Vista Pike about 4 33 p. In. Saturday four Miles West the City. Or. And mrs. Upton Are fighting tor their lives in mercy Hospital while their sons Caywood Upton to and George Upton 7. Ore in Portsmouth general Hospital. Carlwood Upton is dangerously injured. Georg Upton and two passengers the bus were Cut by Glass. Ten passe lifer Tho bus were bruised. Have Skull injuries . mrs. Upton have possible fracture the Skull. Or. suffered Verlous internal injuries ii i Milt the Chest and Abdomen Ami a deep laceration the forehead. Ile was badly Cut about the Auto men by Glass. Mrs. Upton auf a fired a fractured Pelvis and serious injuries it the Buse the Skull which it was thought for a time would hum paralysis her anus he los. Goth were unconscious a Lien removed to the Hospital but when the wife regained conscious the possible paralysis condition cleared i loth parents suffered severe Calp lacerations. Caywood Upton was lacerated badly about the head suffered a los Rible fracture the Skull was Cut land bruised about the body broken Collar Lone and was crushed about i the c la St. His left hand was Matt Ltd and it was necessary to amputate his thumb plus passengers Hurt passenger the bus who suffered minor injuries gave the a univ it i Arle Floyd West Side Driver . Label Wilson a Wyandotte w. Hurry Daniels Cincinnati Holley Cincinnati. John tyke. F Taylors ky., it. K. Rely Kin a 11ki ii in 11, . Und mrs. To. F. S a Middletown. K. W. Davis i t ret seventeenth Street City l. W. Lavender new Richmond u., Aud Miami Cornell Cincinnati. Or. Aud mrs. Upton and family a Ere Enro Ute to Cincinnati to spend a in i k end. Or. Upton was drive i the t i la the a. Amp p. Highway. Be i ii is carrying la passengers and Roher was travelling East. At the Turner farm Upton started to it mgt a another ear. Seeing the by approaching be applied the brakes a my the car a new Dodge Sedan ski it a Quot ii Sid Wise witnesses told county Effi is. The Side the ear and a a it front fender the by met de Muir lung the ear and Dnton aging the bus badly. Ibis nearly stopped Iio id said be we travelling about a Mill it an Bour and applied the Irak when lie saw the Todge pull a into the Road. I by wag it pit stopped when the crush re a he said. Husum , 2335 gallium Street in Eye witness to the Accident moved 1 it to mercy Hosp Tat the ambulance responded Aud a cd mrs. Upton to mercy hos i a. Whore . George w. Obrist a tint ii their injuries. A passing Twain t took the Loys to general 1 a a pit i. I irs. Karl Pottker and c. M hitch ire the attending physicians. Tin Bis a brought to ports-11 a a a its own i it Ower and placed 1 i l Eal garage. A Reserve bus a a. To it. I for the return trip to Cia new senator i s m. Caldwell and Deputy Porter investigated. Scioto Cotmon tikes own life lame Lut Khz by fire h Petery 23, near a Hie Dies farm Stockdale. Of try 23, son . Audr part Fajr. Lucasville mute 2, fat saturday about 4 30 p. In. Ii Bullet from a 38 Ca Libre re a 1 Quot Urh i heart. I lifeless found in a Bara the it. In. Throe mile North Stock a it it he had been working. Or. A a Lur the farm Alin heard i Quot i found the body told it tory had not been in the the. Coroner ism Wilson a into returned a verdict la i Kurvi Iol by i wife l Etc a it i Par no and eve Aud Lidor the body is the Kin Rick funeral bom . George h. Hunter Hunter Ironton won the seventh eighth senatorial nomination Over John a. Lloyd this City by seven votes. Hunter Victor said saturday that he would not demand re count in District. John a. Lloyd candidate for Senate in the seventh and eighth District conceded Bis defeat saturday and said he would congratulate the Winner. Or. George Hunter Ironton. Lloyd lost out by seven Measley votes. The vote throughout the District Bas been checked and . Hunter is the Winner and there is no use demanding a recount contesting his election Lloyd did last night. Ile received a handsome vote in 8cioto county but i vote in Jackson county where he formerly resided was not As la Rte As he expected and he attributed his defeat to this. Or. Hate re a nomination is equivalent to election As the democrats have no candidates in the Field. Or. Hunter s running mate will be senator ploy Gillen Wellton who was renominated by a Large majority. Bank officials deny charges ten men plead a not guilty in connection with cosmopolitan failure. Her the Alth Elrd pre Cincinnati aug. Ion ten persons including former officer Anil employee tile insolvent cosmopolitan Bank and Trust company pleaded not guilty today to 32 indictments returned against them after the Bank failed for 12,000.000. Over protest defense attorneys. Judge f. I Hoffman set september Ioas the trial Date Aud told them they must in ready. Kit Lier in the Day judge Hoffman overruled motions previously filed by f. Dorger and Clarence Dorger former Bauk officers to quash seven the indictments against them. Those who pleaded were . Dorger former vice president Clarence Dorger a director Russell Holmes cashier Herbert Dorger assistant cashier Anthony Kuna and Charlesll. Erhart directors Kameron b. Tillar. Branch official Aud Benjamin f. Davidson j. O. Hamilton and Preston Robert Stock Mill Man. The trial Amor w. Shafer former Branch manager tile ii. I Doherty whose alleged j1,000,000 speculations led to the closing two Hanks including the cosmopolitan was continued until August 25 by judge Hoffman. Shafer was to Hare been tried next tuesday. He is charged with embezzlement $210,-100.40. Method used to Start pen fire revealed officials say at least half dozen Ohio convicts were mixed in plot probe continued fire causes $100 damage inside strand theatre a fire which started in the strand theater about 9 30 p. In. Friday did damage estimated at $100 and almost ended in a disaster when the persons seeing the show made a grand Rush for exits. All Persona got to the outside in safety. The flame started in the picture Macb Ioe Booth and the Walls the Looth ignited before being noticed. Firemen from companies nos. 2 and 3 were summoned and extinguished the Blaze officials Are investigating the origin the Blaze. Round world fu6hf held by Adverse weather by the associated i re Roosevelt Field n. Y., aug Ion Ted Lundgren. I auge Lea it Viator said tonight lie would postpone i flight to old Orchard me., the first Lap a round the lurid right for several Days account weather conditions. Lundgren Roger Williams and William mar gulls. Army Reserve Pilot flew from Roosevelt Field to Mitchel Field today. When they took off Field officials believed Hwy were in route to Ohi Orchard hut after Landing their associates said the flight was merely to Check instrument the monoplane time fuse failed to Start Blaze at crucial moment planned. By the associated Tress Columbus o., aug. 16.�?the belated igniting the Oil soaked roof i and k cell blocks at Ohio Penitentiary easter monday disrupted plans convicts to spread a reign terror through Columbus state officials investigating the fire in which 320 convicts perished revealed today. Officials said a taper Candle had been it by convicts and timed to Start a Blase at 4 30 p. Rn., when they were in the mess Hall and hundreds other convicts were in the prison Yard. In the confusion the officials said the convicts expected to make a concerted break for Freedom. Fuse failed at time through some unexplained cause he fuse did not reach the inflammable Sulista Tice until about 0 p. Rn., an Bour and a half after it a supposed to ignite. As a result the convicts were locked in their cells for the night Aud those the upper tiers c and h blocks perished before guards could open the cell doors. Joseph d. Clear chief investigator for the state fire marshals office said his information had been gleaned after months investigation. A a result. Clear said two convicts were taken secretly from the Penitentiary thursday night to the Columbus City prison for further que toning. Officials refused to reveal Tho identity the two men but admitted they were held at City prison under fictitious names. Several involved Ray r. Gui state fire marshal Clear and f. Byre hues Legal advisor to the fire marshal said that at least a half Doxen convicts had been involved in the plot one two whom died in the fire their own making. The official said the convicts had Laid plans for general rioting and firing the Interior Hie prison and expected during tile confusion to overcome guards and firemen who they expected would be admitted behind the Wall and escape by using the fire ladders. Clear and hues said they had received instructions from fire marshal Gill to continue their investigation and attempt to bring out the persons responsible for the conflagration. insulting american fla6 by that a a Rio tag pre Elmira. N. Y., aug. By a Allene holes and Mabel Husu directors the workers International Relief Camp at Etten near Here were convicted insulting and desecrating the american Flag in Justice the per he Westbrook court at Etten saturday. Each was sentenced to pay a Fine $50 and to spend three months in the Monroe county Penitentiary. The charges resulted from the alleged refusal the two Young women to accept an american Flag for the Camp a refusal which the witnesses said was accompanied by the statement a to hell with the american Flag and the american a red Flag bearing the sickle and Hammer was destroyed by n group pennsylvanians last week. Nel Fork hit by Hail storm accompanying fog nearly causes collision Ocean liners. Gottl Hig Lughi cat goes mad by the associated Presa Tiffin . Aug. Id attacked by a mad cat Rose Lutz 14, daughter j. F. Lutz Bloom township Farmer was under care a physician tonight. Her leg was torn. Tests the cats brain revealed rabies health commissioner Eaton said. She will be Given Pasteur treatments for two weeks. Ill Flat log to to log Iii Tell mgl Fil Aid rushed to stricken ship in mid Pacific 300 men women and children remain Vessell awaiting other boat no immediate danger order to take to life boats countermanded As waterlogged ship floats. By Tho associated press i approximately 300 men women and children passengers and Crew the Union line steamship Tahiti which became waterlogged and disabled in the Mouth Pacific 460 Miles Southwest Rarotonga Cook Island sunday were anxiously awaiting the arrival the norwegian freighter Penbryn nearest four vessels in that general Vicinity Rushing to Render assistance. Reports received saturday in Sau Francisco direct from Suva by the associated press and by the Matson navigation company from its Steamer Ventura said All Board and taken to life Tirats and abandoned the Tahiti. Countermand order a report from Wellington n. Z., at 5 a. In. Sunday new zealand time 2 p. In. Portsmouth time saturday said the master the disabled ship bad countermanded the order to take to lifeboats and arrival the Peny Bryn was expected sunday afternoon. New zealand time. Transfer passengers and Crew to the Penbryn was to take place before dark. The Tahiti one the largest ships plying the Pacific left Wellington for san Francisco August 12 with 175 passengers and a Crew 142. It was due in san Francisco August 20. The vessel got into trouble when it lost its starboard propeller and Tell a lift and began to leak. The cause was not ascertained. Tile number 4 bold began to leak Early sunday. New zealand time Captain a. T. Toten and master the ship ordered All aboard to Elf Lionts. It was this order that was counter Nian ded presumably when it was realized the vessel would remain afloat until the pen bran could reach it. Tilth to Ald in addition to the Penbryn. Three other vessel were Rushing to the Tahiti. These were the Matson liner Ventura in mute from Suva tile Tufa. Diverted from the Fiji islands and the to Roe. In route from Man gala. Tile Ventura was expected to reach the Tahiti sunday night. New zealand time. I names the Tahiti passengers were not immediately available. The Only name mentioned in dispatches was that sir Hugh Allen director the British Royal College music. The sea was reported rough Bat the weather was fair. A dispatch from Page Pago to the associated press this afternoon quoted a radio Gram from the Tahiti As saying they wore still holding and the Ventura a 115 Miles a inv. Expecting to arrive at 2 p. In sunday new zealand time. By the associated pre new York. Aug. 16-a Freak storm which lashed parts new York with huge Hail Stone and jagged lightning and left other portions the Metropolis a scratched today sent thousands scampering from the streets to shelter and caused some delay in the transportation system. The storm which was preceded and accompanied by a Smoky fog that made it necessary to turn electric lights during part the Day almost Caus d a collision Between the liners let Viot Kan and the Albert Ballingor. A Bolt lightning killed a labourer. Aken Arisen. 23. Employed As a fireman at a fifth Avenue apartment House where chief Justice Charles Evaa Hughes Bas an apartment was killed by lightning a be was meaning a water tank the roof the building. Kosir from trip . And mrs. Albert City View and miss Doris via and Toledo. Cd. Have returned from a two weeks motor trip through Virginia. Teutu Faaee West Virginia and Kentucky. Seifu Quot Quot a Sta a tag m a me to Chicago by the associated Presa 1/1x0 Beach. Calif. Aug. 16-8even women who know As much about engine revolutions and wind currents As the latest styles the Boulevard tuned a Fleet speedy air planes today for the Start tomorrow the National women a air Derby from Long Bench to Chicago. With the deadline for entries set for this afternoon the women definitely in the race were Gladys Donnell. Long Beach who placed second last year Haire Fahy. To Angeles Margery Doig. Danbury. Conn Ruth Barron. Hollywood. Calif. Mrs. Mildred Morgan. Beverly Hills. Calif. Ruth Stewart 8t. Louis and Jean la Rene. Chicago. slightly by Rais a the aspartame press wit Hita. Kas., aug. Ion Eddie Schneider in year old Westfield. N. J., youth attempting to establish a new Junior transcontinental flight record arrived Bere tonight at 7 45. He had left it. at 1 25 p. In. Schneider was delayed in i arrival Here by a a race wind and rain storm which visited this sect1 late this after noon. It waa thought for a time he had been forced Down somewhere Between Here Aud it. Louis. He was delayed to taking off from it. Louis by Low pm ability Aud threatening storms. The Junior flier s elapsed Haw from Westfield to Wichita a 14 Bour Aud 56 minutes. States Given millions for Relief funds $121,875,000 turned Over by government for Campaign to Aid Farmers Ohio gets $4,584,440 allocation was Road Money and will be matched by funds states. By Tim associated press Washington aug. swiftly with it drought Relief program the government today allocated $121,375,000 in Federal Ald Road Money to the various states. This was one to permit the state hit by the drought to know the amount Federal funds which will be paid to them after next july for Highway const met . This will enable them to Advance the Money for emergency employment in anticipation Federal Aid. Ask for needs Secretary Hyde. Who announced the allocation said the membership the National organization to work with the states Woald be announced soon and that questionnaires bad been sent to 50,060 crop reporters Over the country asking for More data the needs in stricken communities. Ordinarily the Money would not have been allocated until Jan. 1,1981. The sum advanced will be matched Dollar for Dollar by state funds. The apportionment included Illinois $5,150,396 Indiana $3,-172,253 Kentucky $2,356,307 Ohio $4,584,440 Pennsylvania $5,517,-738 West Virginia $1,324,080. A indication that the government favors the formation local credit corporations to operate through intermediate credit Banks was seen in a statement by the Agricol tire Secretary that such a plan would not Only help the Farmers but might prove profitable. With president Hoover away at bus Camp Secretary Hyde was virtually in charge the drought Relief program. News encouraging rain and rain in Prospect in Many dry states and reports to the department agriculture that there was Little evidence forced marketing live Stock were encouraging new today in a situation that Lins been largely a succession gloomy reports. Agriculture department economist after a Survey 18 leading live Stock markets said that in Many instances stockmen were holding Back cattle sheep and hog that might otherwise go to Market prices were More favourable. Europe suffers loss firms droughts and severe storms have devastated Fields in Many countries. By Tim atm Tali pre London aug. 16�? Europe will Bear with America heavy agricultural losses which a summer protracted droughts and severe storm have occasioned from the British Isles to the Steppes Ruia. Reakirt from Ninny countries where harvesting operation Are about to Liegau showed today that Russia and Rumania would lie the Only one with surplus Cereal crop for exit it while. England. France. Italy Germany and Austria would have subnormal yield wheat Rye Oats Ami Lair Ley. French and italian wheat Farmers have been suffering from fickle weather almost As much As have the Grain growers the United states. Soviet officials however reported that russian peasant have Benefit Ted from a season so uniformly Good they were preparing to Harvest a huge crop with Hie Prospect having Grain to spare. Fug a my will Market a smaller wheat crop than usual a a result a decrease 206,060 acres Iii cultivation. But expects to obtain better Price for wheat i Ana use conditions in America. Unidentified body thrown from speeding automobile by the am�si�i�4 Ress Cleveland o., aug. unidentified Man who bad la Een shot four time and thrown from an automobile Hie West Side died in a Hospital tonight shortly after lie was picked Iii the Street. Police expressed belief that tile Man had been sin in Hie pedestrian Tunnel it West 45th Street where it run under Hulk Ley Boulevard. The Man who first arrived at tile place near the Tunnel where the body a found told Pollee be had been attracted by several shots Pollee attempting to connect Hie murder with possible illicit liquor Oje oration was unable to identify the Mau As one it Lite known Cleveland irs associated in the business. Pickford trip Jack Pickford motion picture Star brother Mary Pickford and his newest Bride the former Mary Mulheron new York actress Are shown Lier at Del Monte calif., where they Are honeymooning. Pickford is the former husband Marilyn Miller Aud Olive Thoi Mih. A Romance in Milady a dress for fall fashion by the associated press new York aug. 16.�?feminine frill Are going to reek Romu uce this fall and Winter. Bobbed hair i out soft voices Are Hack and a carve to mice More in its place lines and Loop and laces per fume and powder and ii Carlst these Are the stuffs which Winter Ward roles will be fashioned designed subtly around furs and velvets. To be in style May Cost More Money than in years gone by. But instead i sing sad new to less americana Aud the men who pay the Bills it going to Gladden their hearts now York fashion experts Back from Paris nay for it will make Milady a a lady again. Of ont feminine dress costs a bit More she can have one less but feminine it must is. A Romance Iii clothes has come to stay for a while Quot one the buyers said today. A when we saw the first collection we thought them a hit too expensive. We marched out hut we a Relief i right Lank again and that a just what the woman who Wear them will r-1 rests in English Hrncir much valuable information gained by flight v hich will Aid aviation. By the a Marini it i pro Cardington England. Aug. 16�? the r-100, Large Airship in the world tonight swung in her Home berth after successfully completing a 57 hour crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Canada. The Airship arrived at Cardington Airport Early this morning Anil a safely moored at Ber must. Eighteen Day ago the great Craft left for 8t. Hubert Airport Montreal the outward crossing was made without incident except for a tear in one the fins. After 13 Day in Canada the r-106 started for Home and made excellent time until he reached the mid Atlantic. There she encountered heavy wind and rain which slowed the Speed at one time to 15 Miles an hour hut after the weather cleared Anil the big ship with a Tail wind boosting her along sped Over the Ocean 62 mites an hour. The delay in enough to i it Oil the Bop a re Coni crossing. The dirigible left Montreal St 8 28 p. Rn., Portsmouth time. Wednesday night and completed the 3,287 mile ens sing Iii 57 hours 12 minutes flying time. Great crowds witnessed the lauding giving a warm Welcome to the member the Clew and the ims Seeger. It is believe that better cooperative measures Between great Britain Aud Canada for mapping Atlantic weather will result from the flight. Much valuable information regarding air current was obtained and the knowledge gained will be applied to the chartering future flight. Officials look into Ivi Ilion possibilities injecting new life in commercial Branch discussed. By Tim associated pre Orange va., aug. 16�?the possibilities injecting new life into the commercial aviation Industry wus discussed at great length by president Hoover today in formal conferences at his Mountain Lodge with four government aviation official and colonel Charles a. Lindbergh. Government policies relating to civil aeronaut leu pros i Ctm extending government did through sex Luin Siou the air mail service Aud Tho j tart commercial plane might play Iii the minutiae defense figured in the conversation Ohleh begun last night after the president Aud i Hairty arrived from washing ten. Figure presented to the president showed but while tile United tute was far Abend the rest the world in Vanlier Miles flown com. Menial plane production bad declined 56 Lier cent counting from an average 7, to 3,500 plane a year. In the face this decline the president was informed that american commercial aviation was passing from a mall Aud express service stage to a it iut where approximately 2i no Psi passengers Are now icing car. Ried annually. In Mund for replacement plane in Isiah the military Aud civil branches were said to total 3,000 a year. Iii checking the situation the president and lits air secretaries also discussed plans for closer Coord tinfoil government department i the aviation Field and methods government Economy which would it retard Progress the Industry. Witch Mitsis he started fire four riled by lightning in severe storm rain floods villages near Boston store stocks wrecked Many Hurt Hail ruins crops highlanders Hope Royal Chio Wil come sunday by Tim associated pm gla1mns. Scotland aug. In a hundreds Highland Folk in Kilts Aud plaids attended tile Flower show at Airlie Castle today Ami the belie expressed All Side was that the Ltd is Ted child tile Duke Ami Duchess York would lie Horn Holiday. Many them who live nearby went Home after the annual show Lait Liaise committed arson so Foreman Swift company could take vacation. By Tim a Odim pm Youngstown o., aug. Alex Kotar employed a week ago As night watchman for Swift and company a Plant Here confessed today that he set fire to the building last night causing a loss estimated at $175,000, assistant prosecutor James Cooper announced today tin fire a Hie second big downtown Blaze Here within 48 hours. The first destroyed tart the Armour sicking Plant next door to the Swift establishment. 1 hot a. According to Cooper wild i he my fire to the Swift Plant at Hie i tiniest a a Man named Hottie who i wanted to go a vacation with Swift s Foreman. He said he had no it in the Armour fire. Rotor laughed As he described the Maze Cooper suit. Cooper said a charge arson will is placed against Rotar monday morning. A warder pc 14014 huh in Findlay. It it a a aug. 16de Wolfe Sci Ithiel Findlay who placed fourth in the recent Edison contest has been Given a four year scholar ship at the a Megie Institute technology Pitt from some distance proved that the Burgh by in Anonymous donor it a Arent event would occur while they Learned . Ile waa permitted to were in town and free from work. Choose any line Atudo. Children nearly drowned in streets when trapped by Rush water. Both Assoria tag treat Boston aug. 16�?four Persona were killed and damage estimated at More than $1,000,600 was done i Massachusetts and Connecticut today by a cloudburst which was accompanied by Thunder lightning and Hail. In Worcester two children almost drowned As the rain flooded the streets and swept them from their feet. It waa this City in the Center the state Ohleh apparently suffered the Brunt Tea storm. As the storm swept a path Westward and southward the tobacco crops it Windsor. Enfield. Thompsonville and Suffield conn., and Westfield and Southwick mass., were All but destroyed by Hail and rain. Three hit by lightning three tile dead were killed at Windsor when lightning struck a shed in which they had taken Refuge tobacco Plantation. They wets Fred Dibble. 51 George Nolan 42. And Alfred seam. 50 Poquonock. Philip Wolf was injured by the Holt. Ten other persons in the a hed were affected by the Shock. At Framingham. Mass., diaries Bowie. 30 writ Concord waa eating lunch with 20 other workmen in a House they were renovating when be wag killed. Ernest Mcgrath 28. And Walter Mcgrath. 20. Brother were rendered unconscious the Holt which came through the ceiling Aura the table at which the group was eating. At Weymouth the South Shore a taxicab Driver in seriously injured by n Holf which struc1 his cab. Water flood Maras the estimate at least $1,066,000 damage came from Worcester where stores and cellars in the Hill City Wera flooded. Water rushed Down soda streets with such Force and filled sewers so quickie that manhole coven were ripped off by the Force the water and geysers five feet High spurted from the sewers. Automobiles were overturned by the water which Rose Over the sidewalks and into the cellars stores destroying Stock. Two children attempted to Cross Vernon Square at the foot a Steep Long Hill when a sudden Rush water trapped them. They Wera swept off their feet and one them a girl waa carried away by the water and caught beneath an automobile. Men rushed to her Aid a she was drowning fibs was taken to a Hospital. At Enfield conn., More than too acre to a Hacco Fields were destroyed at a loss exceeding $40,800. The tobacco crop in almost All the towns surrounding Thompsonville was damaged at Moat plantations the crop had attained its full growth sad Harvest inc was in Progress. Fliers continue to 6rindilong St. Louis endurance pilots Complete 636 hours Over Lambert Field. By Tbs associated Presa it. Louin aug. 18.�?throe and a half Days beyond the refuelling endure Alice record set by the Hunter Brot items the greater he Louis piloted Dale Jackson and Forest brine completed 638 hours in the air at 7 11 p. In. Tonight and Cou Tinus to Circle Lambert it. Louis Field with the motor singing a song Power. Tile plane s radio transmitter wag retired today after having been silent tar Aland two Days and Jackson Tod the ground Crew the engines Oil pressure was still satisfactory. A this is Hie life Quot be said a although. Our Bungalow leaks some when it Rains while the Dight was making Good Progress the financial end it a faltering. Finals for continuing the grind exclusive $8,600 the Filer have earned since breaking Tho record amounted to $3,884 today. Salaries the refuelling Crew Ami official observers amounting to $440, were to be deducted but the weekly fuel Hill was int off. The flight la being financed by Public subscriptions and rur Octlona yesterday amounted to Only $75. A Liene flt performance for the filers was wiled tonight at a local theater for Fawn Lap Highway Struk by Asti lairs Mattie Blevins to it Shaw. W. Va., suffered Akars and injuries a sturday try after Ami when struck by a Antate Shes a . Highway Shoat three and West the City. She was moved to Psi Kamsath general Hospital where her Taj Arisa were attended by Kerf pwt. Mat was later Ammi to Tbs Home Tela tires to Buena Vista Pike. Miss by hath who had Coon to this City to Dot relatives. Had alighted from a she stepped into the path a at bile. Miss Blevins the okie River Highway. �?T.01.1

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